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Trump’s budget calls for higher passenger fees and a privatized air traffic control system

Trump’s budget calls for higher passenger fees and a privatized air traffic control system

The first budget proposal by the Trump administration calls for big changes to the way Americans fly, including a plan to privatize the air traffic control system and raise passenger security fees. Reaction to the president’s ideas has been mixed from airlines, airport managers and passenger advocates. The proposed changes come in era of strong air…

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The first budget proposal by the Trump administration calls for big changes to the way Americans fly, including a plan to privatize the air traffic control system and raise passenger security fees. Reaction to the president’s ideas has been mixed from airlines, airport managers and passenger advocates. The proposed changes come in era of strong air…


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